08.17.18

Topcon Announces Date for 3rd Annual ISSOCT Conference

Source: Topcon Medical Systems

Topcon Medical Systems has announced that the 3rd Annual ISSOCT Conference will be held on February 10-11, 2019 at the Sanibel Harbour Marriott Resort in Fort Myers, Florida.

The world’s leading ophthalmologists will present new clinical findings made possible with Swept Source Imaging and OCT Angiography.

The 2nd ISSOCT Conference, which was held recently in Paris, was attended by over 420 delegates from 46 countries. The scientific program, designed by Richard F. Spaide, MD, Eric Souied, MD, PhD, and Ramin Tadayoni, MD, PhD, was well received and included many stimulating discussions between the globally renowned speakers and delegates, according to Topcon.

The 3rd ISSOCT, headed up once again by Chairman Richard F. Spaide, MD, is set to be a lively and informative meeting in a beautiful, tropical setting. Preliminary Session Topics include SS-OCT, AMD, uveitis, understanding OCT-A, clinical applications of OCT-A, ocular tumors, and glaucoma.

 
 

“We are very excited to host the 3rd Annual ISSOCT meeting here in the US. Building on the success of the first two meetings, the 3rd ISSOCT meeting promises to be another great opportunity to stimulate the discussion about the clinical benefits of Swept Source OCT, and to support the global ophthalmic community by giving them a forum to present their research, exchange ideas and network with their peers as well as learn more about this powerful new technology,” Carl Glittenberg, MD, FEBO, Global Medical Director for Topcon, said in a company news release. “With the recent FDA clearance of our DRI OCT Triton, leading ophthalmologists from the U.S. and around the world will come together to discuss the latest discoveries in Swept Source OCT technology and their potential impact on patient management.”

Online registration for the 3rd ISSOCT is open as of July 1st, 2018. Continue to check back at www.issoct.com regularly for the latest program and schedule updates as well as abstract submission information.

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